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Dog eating toilet paper, or, how to turn off that voice inside my head

I just finished reading, in the book, by the same author, called “The Dog Lover’s Guide To Living With Dogs”, something that I wish I knew about myself before I was in this situation with my own dog. In that book, the author talked about the things we, as dog lovers, do or say that can harm our relationships with the dogs we love so dearly. And you know what? There was a whole chapter on how to get rid of that voice in our head. And the one line of advice that stuck out to me, “If you can learn to hear the dog and not the voice in your head, you will have a dog lover’s relationship with your dog”. And it was like someone flipped on the light switch. Suddenly, the voice in my head that keeps telling me that, for example, my dog likes this food more than she likes my son’s food, that my dog has “behavior issues” and this food makes her crazy and that she’s going to eat all the food in the house is suddenly silenced and my heart feels open, because it was the voice inside my head, the voice that keeps trying to convince me that my dog doesn’t like me. The voice that keeps trying to convince me that my dog will only look at my son when I am looking at her. The voice that keeps telling me, even after reading so many books and blogs and advice from so many people, that I don’t understand dogs and I’m a terrible pet mom. That voice in my head that keeps convincing me that, in fact, I don’t know anything.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog isn’t good enough.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog will eat all my food, and, in fact, she has a bigger appetite than my son’s and therefore, she’ll eat him out of house and home if given the chance. The voice that tells me she wants to steal my son’s toys and, at times, the ones that I give her.

The voice in my head that tells me I don’t feed my dog enough or often enough.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to play with a ball.

The voice in my head that tells me that my dog is going to bite my son, when she never bit my son as a child, and that she will do the same to my son that she bit me as a child.

The voice in my head that tells me that I have an eating disorder and therefore I can’t have my dog, because my dogs never eat more food than me and therefore, she must be in competition with me and this competition must continue until one of us is out of the picture.

The voice in my head that tells me that my dog is a hypochondriac.

The voice in my head that tells me that my dog has fleas.

The voice in my head that tells me that I need to get my dog neutered.

The voice in my head that tells me that I need to get a cat to keep the fleas under control.

The voice in my head that tells me that I have to train my dog to behave because she doesn’t have any training or socialization.

The voice in my head that tells me I have to get rid of my dog and find another dog.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog is going to die someday soon.

The voice in my head that tells me that I don’t feed my dog enough.

The voice in my head that tells me that I don’t feed my dog often enough.

The voice in my head that tells me I can’t take my dog on a walk and that I should get another dog.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to do a cartwheel.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to jump on a bed.

The voice in my head that tells me I need to get another dog.

The voice in my head that tells me I have a pet over-achiever because she was trained and socialized as an adult and now I need to get another dog.

The voice in my head that tells me I don’t know how to handle a dog, because I can’t handle my dog.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog is going to get sick.

The voice in my head that tells me I can’t have a dog, because I’m allergic to dog dander.

The voice in my head that tells me I need to stop eating dog food.

The voice in my head that tells me I need to be careful because dog food can be harmful.

The voice in my head that tells me I need to be careful with my dog because she doesn’t know how to behave.

The voice in my head that tells me I can’t have a dog because she has fleas.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to walk on a leash.

The voice in my head that tells me that my dog doesn’t know how to sit.

The voice in my head that tells me that my dog doesn’t know how to behave.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to play with a ball.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to play fetch.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog is too skinny.

The voice in my head that tells me my dog doesn’t know how to sit.

The voice in my head that tells me my


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